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Managing IP Global Awards 2016: the winners



James Nurton, London


Managing IP's 2016 Global Awards Dinner was held at The Savoy, London on March 10

Awards 2016 drinks picThe winners of the awards presented on the night are listed below. See more updates and photos on Twitter (#mipawards).

Further information about all the winners, and photos from the dinner, will be published online next month and in the May issue of Managing IP.

You can also read the shortlists for all the categories.

Awards for the United States and Canada will be presented at the North America Awards in Washington DC next week; read the shortlists online.

National awards

Argentina Marval O’Farrell & Mairal
Australia Prosecution Davies Collison Cave
Australia Contentious Work Herbert Smith Freehills
Austria Schwarz Schönherr Rechtsanwälte
Belgium Contentious Work Hoyng Rokh Monegier
Benelux Trade Mark Prosecution NLO Shieldmark
Brazil Dannemann Siemsen Bigler & Ipanema Moreira
Chile Sargent & Krahn
China Prosecution Liu Shen & Associates
China Contentious Work King & Wood Mallesons
China IP Transactional Work Ropes & Gray
China Foreign Law Firm Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe
Colombia Brigard & Castro
Denmark Plesner
Finland Roschier
France Prosecution Regimbeau
France Contentious Work August & Debouzy
Germany Prosecution Hoffmann Eitle
Germany Contentious Work Hogan Lovells
Hong Kong Deacons
Hungary Danubia
India Prosecution Remfry & Sagar
India Contentious Work Anand & Anand
Indonesia SKC Law
Ireland A&L Goodbody
Italy Prosecution Società Italiana Brevetti
Italy Contentious Work Trevisan & Cuonzo
Japan Prosecution Nakamura & Partners
Japan Contentious Work TMI Associates
Japan Foreign Firm Hogan Lovells
Malaysia Skrine
Mexico Copyright  Olivares
Mexico Patent Basham Ringe & Correa
Mexico Trade Mark Olivares
New Zealand AJ Park
Norway Bryn Aarflot
Peru Barreda Moller
Poland Polservice
Romania Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen
Russia Gowling WLG
Scotland Brodies
Singapore Prosecution Marks & Clerk
Singapore Contentious Work Drew & Napier   
South Africa Spoor & Fisher
South Korea Prosecution Kim & Chang
South Korea Contentious Work Kim & Chang
Spain Prosecution Elzaburu
Spain Contentious Work Clifford Chance
Sweden Groth & Co
Switzerland Homburger
Taiwan Lee and Li
Thailand Baker & McKenzie
The Netherlands Patent Prosecution V.O.
The Netherlands Contentious Work Brinkhof
The Philippines SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan
Turkey Gün + Partners
UK – IP Set 8 New Square
UK Patent Prosecution Abel & Imray
UK Trade Mark Prosecution Stobbs IP
UK Patent Contentious Work Powell Gilbert
UK Trade Mark Contentious Work Bird & Bird
UK Copyright Olswang
United Arab Emirates Clyde & Co
Vietnam Tilleke & Gibbins

Regional awards

Africa Adams & Adams
Asia-Pacific  King & Wood Mallesons
Latin America Firm to Watch Kasznar Leonardos
Middle East Saba Intellectual Property
Scandinavia Zacco
Europe Patent Hoyng Rokh Monegier
Europe Trade Mark  Taylor Wessing
Europe Copyright  Baker & McKenzie
Global Firm of the Year Finnegan

Special awards

Outstanding Achievement Professor Joachim Bornkamm
Outstanding Achievement Margot Frohlinger
In-House Team Imperial Innovations


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